As always, Thursdays are big days on the Epic Games Store. The current game offered is replaced and the company also announces what will be added next week. This gives Epic Games Store users plenty of time to look into the upcoming game, find out if they’re interested, play the new game, or claim it later if they can’t specifically on Thursday.
For March 24, the new Epic Games Store giveaway is Demon’s Tilt. This is an occult-inspired pinball game, and users will have until March 31st at 10am Ct to claim it. At that time, it will be replaced, and the Epic Games Store has revealed not one, but two games being offered on March 31—Total War: Warhammer and city of brass.
Total War: Warhammer is a grand strategy game where players have to fight in epic real-time fantasy battles, building their empire. Players can take on the role of the Empire, Dwarfs, Vampire Counts, Greenskin tribes, and more, discovering different races, unique characters, special units, and more in their time. Indeed, in it, players can navigate the world and build their style of play as they wish.
Meanwhile, city of brass sees players take on the role of a thief in a rogue-lite first-person dungeon crawler. Perhaps most interestingly, it is made by ancient BioShock developers. Players are equipped with a scimitar and a whip. It takes place in a procedurally generated city filled with rooms and interconnecting areas, and players try to find hidden treasure in the heart of the city.
Total War: Warhammer sits at a Metascore of 86, indicating generally favorable reviews, and a User Score of 7.4 for mixed or average reviews on Metacritic. city of brass sits at 69 Metascore for mixed or average reviews, and it’s below 3.9 for generally unfavorable reviews. It seems that many had issues with the latter’s lack of story, controls, general technical difficulty, and overall difficulty; however, this sounds like something many dungeon fans should check out for themselves.
Players will have until April 7 to claim these two games, if they choose to do so. At the very least, these two Epic Games Store titles seem varied enough to appeal to many store users. How that compares to the past few months, as well as future games released on the store, is up in the air, though.
Epic Games Store users receive a handful of free games every month.
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